The following are the questions the GLA Conservatives will be asking at this months Mayor's Question Time (MQT). The MQT will be held on September 19th, so stay tuned for the live coverage starting at 10am, via the groups Twitter stream. There will also be video summaries made by the GLA Conservative Assembly Members after the event via the groups Youtube Channel.
Question No: 2524 / 2012
Do you welcome the recent law which now makes squatting in residential buildings a criminal offence, allowing police to arrest squatters?
Extension of DLR to Bromley
Question No: 2520 / 2012
Can the Mayor provide an update on progress of assessing the viability of extending the DLR to the London Borough of Bromley?
Question No: 2500 / 2012
How many potential homes in London have planning permission but are currently in stalled developments?
TfL Advertising Policy
Question No: 2537 / 2012
What due diligence measures is the Mayor instructing TfL to put in place to ensure there will be no recurrence of inappropriate advertising of a political nature on public transport?
CRIB – accuracy
Question No: 2480 / 2012
Before we praise or criticise any changes in a borough’ crime figures, should we always first verify the accuracy of its figures?
TfL Planning Comments
Question No: 2506 / 2012
Transport for London, when making comments on planning applications to local authorities, often demands that the level of parking is reduced, regardless of the impact on the local economy or on residential amenity. Will you encourage TfL to take a more flexible approach to ensure that local needs are fully taken into account, especially in outer London?
Question No: 2532 / 2012
Does the Mayor plan to take advantage of the increased interest in volunteering on the back of the obvious success of the Olympics?
Question No: 2513 / 2012
What lessons have been learnt from the Olympics that will help to improve transport in London?
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